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  • Debbie B
    Jan 8, 2008
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      Welcome Lori! I noticed in your intro you send knitted toys to a
      Pine Ridge charity organization? Do you live in South Dakota? Pine
      Ridge is about 40 minutes from where I live! :) It's wonderful that
      you help out in other charities.

      Hope to see some of your work in our "Photos" section of the group.
      Make sure to upload often :)

      God Bless,

      --- In soldierscharitysisters@yahoogroups.com, "Lori"
      <loristrickler@...> wrote:
      > Hi,
      > I've just joined the group so here's my intro. I'm 29 and live in
      > Hollywood, CA with my husband and our cats. I'm originally from York
      > County, PA (Dallastown) and got my undergraduate degree from
      > Shippensburg University. I then left PA to go to law school in
      > (Northeastern University School of Law) where I met my husband.
      > Finished law school and practice for a few months but decided I
      > the 80-hour weeks--started to forget what my husband looked like! :)
      > So I went back to school to get my Masters in Library and
      > Science and just finished my degree last month so now I have lots
      > free time. We moved to California in 2004 to be care for my
      > mother-in-law who had Stage IV breast cancer. We decided to stay on
      > LA after she passed away in December 2004 and have been here ever
      > I'm the law librarian for a law firm in LA that has 9 offices spread
      > across 3 states and over 85 attorneys, which keeps me pretty busy
      > I like to knit or crochet on my long bus commute (1 hour in the
      > mornings and an hour to hour and half in the evenings--everything
      > say about LA traffic is true and then some, unfortunately!:). Afghan
      > squares are the perfect portable project! I also knit socks for the
      > Socks for Soldiers yahoo group but working on size 1 needles makes
      > fingers hurt after awhile so I'd love to be able to switch off with
      > another project that also helps those who serve our country. I've
      > knitting for about 4 years, crocheting for 2, quilting for 7 and
      > cross-stitching for about 20. And being a librarian, I also love to
      > read--I often prop a book open on my cookbook stand and put it on
      > coffee table so I can knit and read at the same time.
      > I also knit socks and afghans for the afghans for Afghans
      > and I occasionally send knitted toys to the Friends of Pine Ridge
      > Reservation--I like to pass the love around and switching off
      > projects keeps things interesting.
      > Thanks for letting me join what I'm sure will be a really great
      > working for a terrific cause.
      > Happy New Year!
      > Lori
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